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Approximately four years ago, I had a gallbladder attack following cancer surgery. I was taken to the Strait-Richmond Hospital’s emergency department, where I was immediately treated and sent to Antigonish for surgery. I...
Two decades ago, we were approaching Y2K with many people waiting for all hell to break loose because of computers failing, planes falling from the sky, banking systems crashing, and other feared calamities due to technological errors brought on by...
Are Canadians being intentionally misled and being kept uninformed by their governments? For example, are the equalization transfers and the healthcare transfers being manipulated by governments for future outcomes that are not in the best interest of...
Restoration work has been mostly completed on our beautiful Notre Dame de l’Assomption Church in Arichat. We are mindful of the sacrifices that have been made by the poor people who support and work tirelessly...
The landscape of Cape Breton-Unama’ki is changing. Innovative new businesses are appearing across the island, the international student population is growing at an unprecedented rate, and traditional industries such as seafood and tourism are experiencing renewed growth....
Please take a moment to recall the best materials that you have read and think of the enjoyment that you have obtained from those texts. Reading is a process that some people take for granted, however, its availability must be...
Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been providing excellent advanced patient care for well over half a century. Thousands of NPs provide care across Canada, about 200 of them are licensed right here in Nova Scotia. Millions of visits were made to...
Editor’s note: The following letter was written to education minister Zach Churchill. My name is Keira Campbell and I am a Grade 10 student at École Beau-Port, which is part of the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP)....
When others make decisions that affect you and do so without serious attempts for your input, I surmise that you become concerned and possibly angry. It is as if you have been told to shut up...
Emergency Room closures in Cape Breton, Richmond County and other Nova Scotia hospitals need to be addressed as a crisis throughout the health care system. As the days, weeks, months, and years go by, the residents of...


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